Automate Your Movies With Motorized Roller Screens

Automate Your Movies With Motorized Roller Screens

Joel Pirela
Nov 17, 2010

Some of the most exciting advances being made in the world of audio/video involve the new, smaller, lower-priced projectors, especially fixed-pixel digital devices such as DLP and D-ILA video projectors. For ultimate picture quality, the traditional CRT projectors, especially the most expensive nine-inch CRT projectors, are still the best in absolute terms.

In more real-world applications and with all of these advantages, there are still issues that you need to consider in order to get the biggest and best picture for your video setup. The screen where the video is going to be projected can make the whole difference in terms of image quality.

The Cabaret Screen is perfect for creating media rooms within family rooms, game rooms or any living space in the room. It comes with a stylish aluminum valance available in various finishes that also includes mood lighting, which slightly illuminates the room, making the Cabaret an attractive light fixture as well. The sleek design fits almost any modern decor and it's compatible with new and retrofit applications of front projection systems. The Cabaret screen is available with a variety of front and rear projection materials, including the Generation 3 1080p ready Firehawk, StudioTek 130 and GrayHawk RS screens.

The newly designed Dragonfly Standard Motorized Film Screens will not only be one of the simplest pieces you install in a front projection system, but will also give you the same stellar visual performance as its fixed-screen counterpart. As standard screens do not offer a tab tensioning system, the fabric includes an inner layer of weaved fiberglass to stiffen the material to help hold a flat surface along the viewing area. Coupling this with a quiet tubular motor and discrete yet simple installation brackets only further its offerings. Also included, is a full accessory kit for installation and operation right out of the box. It also includes RF capabilities.

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